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Monitor Archive for December 31, 1980
Cadillac takes another look at its 3-in-1 engine
The glory that was Boston; Lost Boston, by Jane Holtz Kay. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. $24.95
To combat new anti-Semitism
Iran links hostage solution to Algerian acceptance
GAO: the government's watchdog barks, but does Congress listen?
Credit cards return, but at higher interest
Documentary 'dumping time': a break for viewers
Quebec's Levesque: fizzling, not sizzling
Costly Jaguar is a silky smooth performer, but a little fussy at times
Holiday greetings from the IRS
Liberia's quest for legitimacy
court finds against unauthorized TV decoders
Chorus of retired admirals and generals: 'make US forces battle-ready'
The high cost of world oil at $41 a barrel
Laser guns: their time hasn't come
Worldwide spending for military rises
Ervin looks back at Watergate; The Whole Truth: The Watergate Consiracy, by Sam J. Ervin Jr. New York: Random House. $16.95
Planning to get a big bang out of New Year's Eve? Try to top this
'Best stories': short on vision; The Best American Short Stories 1980, edited by Stanley Elkin with Shannon Ravanel. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Compan...
Return of the sprightly 1901 comedy that made a star of Ethel Barrymore; Hijinks! Musical Entertainment by Robert Kalfin, Steve Brown, and John McKi...
Reagan will face early bilingual education choice
Construction comeback seen
There's a boom on for US-made textiles abroad
Pinochet shuffles Chile Cabinet
Jenkins hands reins of Europe over to Gaston Thorn
Farmers roll into Warsaw to press demand for a union of their own
Judge OK's class action for Agent Orange suit
Volkswagen readies a high-tech Dasher for US market
Surging Southwest states ask: Are we growing too fast?
Last-minute Christmas shopping spree no sign of things to come in '81
What the twilight of communism means
Salvadoran troops rout guerilla offensive
Egypt through Drury's eyes; Egypt: The Eternal Smile: Reflections on a Journey, by Allan Drury. New York: Doubleday & Co. $40
Iran militants planned to hold US Embassy only days, student claims
Meese: President-elect's 'man Friday'
That all-transforming glow
Amazon forests fall and climate begins to change
Getting the most from the intelligence community
Bittersweet memories of China's 'paradise lost'
Things to be aware of if you buy a condominium
Automated teller wins kudos from bank customers
CAN US KEEP ITS LEAD AMONG THE PLANETS?
Ethics director asked to stay on
Wrecking yards can yield treasures for home decorating
1980 in Review; US hockey team highlights year with Olympic gold
Third New Year for sect living in US Embassy
Trust for income tax shelter
Return of the sprightly 1901, comedy that made a star of Ethel Barry more; True West Play by Sam Shepard. Directed by Robert Woodruff.
The highly uncertain art of earthquake forecasting
Carter thinks hostage release now unlikely soon
From Somebody's Psalmody